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A – Yes, upon filling out the waiver for your child 17 and under you will need to provide proof of insurance. When you arrive at the park providing an insurance card will clear up any confusion.
A – Yes and yes! We offer kids’ summer camps taught by professionals with a one-of-a-kind schedule to get you shredding in no time. Private lessons are available for those interested. For more information visit our lesson portion of the website, or email questions to email@example.com
A – Yes, we love to show off our creation. We only ask that you sign a waiver and present a valid photo ID before you enter the park.
A – We recommend that you: print out our waiver from The Wheel Mill site, have your parent or legal guardian fill it out completely, and have it notarized (If your parent or legal guardian is not present, the waiver must be notarized). Bring it into the park and be ready to shred. Click HERE for a printable waiver. For parents dropping their children off we would recommend putting money on account for your little shredder. That way you don’t have to worry about lost money or spending going where it shouldn’t. If you’re 18 or older, you must sign a waiver at The Wheel Mill and present a valid photo ID before entry.
A – Yes, we have three parking areas on site. Large enough to accommodate the big events, dads RV, and your Prius.
A – Skateboards are allowed from Monday through Thursday. Currently, we do not have insurance coverage for Scooters or rollerblades. It may be a possibility in the future.
A – We strongly suggest that you ride a bike with at least one brake. If you choose to ride brakeless you must be in control of the bike at all times and abide by all the same park rules as bikes with brakes.
A – We have ramps and features for all skills levels. Start upstairs in the Fundamental Skills Room to cover the basics and move on to the rest of the park as you feel comfortable. We offer group and private lessons if you’d like to accelerate your learning.
A – Yes, we have rental: pads, helmets, and bikes available. Not all models and sizes are available at all times so we recommend that you call ahead.
A – The Wheel Mill has energy bars, healthy snacks, drinks and all your favorite on the bike food. Plus some cold treats for the kids. As for off the bike food, we are located near some of the best restaurants in the city. We will not let you go hungry. Also, check out the The Wheel Mill Special from Pizza Parma.
A – We do offer some small repairs, and wear item replacement but all repairs are on the spot or ASAP. As for in-depth repairs such as fork rebuild or drive train cleaning we would point you to one of the awesome local bike shops surrounding us.
A – We can work on your bike for a small fee, but we will not be lending out our tools. We have a small stand with community tools. We ask that you come to the park equipped with the proper tools to fix your own bike if you wish to work on it yourself.
A – Yes, we have a small retail area for clothing, small parts, and wear items such as: chains, pegs, grips, cassettes etc…
A – Yes, We have changing rooms, both men’s and women’s. We also offer lockers to keep your work clothes or valuables in while you rock the park. We have locks for rent for a small fee or bring your own lock for your locker.
A- We offer VIP bike storage free with a season pass, but only while supplies last. As for letting the bike spend the night with out VIP Storage, it is not permitted.